Mongolian Submitted Names
are used in the country of Mongolia in central Asia.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
ALTANBAATAR m Mongolian
Means "golden hero" from Mongolian алтан (altan)
meaning "golden" combined with баатар (baatar)
AMAR m Mongolian
Means "rest, bliss, peace" or "simple, easy" in Mongolian.
AMARSANAA m Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian амар (amar)
meaning "bliss, peace" or "simple, easy" combined with санаа (sanaa)
ARIUNA f Mongolian
Essentially the Mongolian equivalent of CLAIRE or CLARE in English, meaning "Clear, bright."
ARIUNAA f Mongolian
Possibly related to the Mongolian word ариун (ariun)
meaning "pure, clear, holy".
ARIUNŽARGAL f Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian ариун (ariun)
meaning "clear, pure, holy" and жаргалтай (žargaltaj)
meaning "happy, blissful, joyful".
ARIUNZUL f Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian ариун (ariun)
meaning "clear, pure, holy" and зул (zul)
meaning "lamp, torch".
BAJGALMAA f Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian байгаль (bajgal')
meaning "nature" and маа (maa)
BATBOLD m Mongolian
Means "strong steel" derived from Mongolian бат (bat)
meaning "strong, hard" combined with болд (bold)
BAYAR m & f Mongolian
From Mongolian баяр (bayar)
meaning "joy, happiness".
BAYARMAA f Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian баяр (bayar)
meaning "joy, happiness" combined with the feminine suffix -маа (-maa)
BORJIGIN m Mongolian
From "Börte Chino" the blue-grey wolf , one of the legendary ancestors of Genghis Khan according to the secret history of mongols. A common name in Mongolia nowadays.
CHIMGEE f Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian чимэглэл (chimeglel)
meaning "decoration, ornament, embellishment".
CHOIBALSAN m Mongolian
This was the name of Choibalsan Khorloogiin (1895-1952), a Mongolian Communist leader sometimes called "the Stalin of Mongolia".
CHULUUN m & f Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian чулуу (chuluu)
meaning "rock, stone".
CHULUUNBAATAR m Mongolian
Means "stone hero" in Mongolian. From the Mongolian words chuluun (stone) and baatar (hero).
DAVAAJAV m & f Mongolian
Davaajav is an uncommon Mongolian name of Tibetan Buddhist origin that means "Moon of Deliverance." The modular translation of it is "Moon" (davaa
) + "Deliverance" ( -jav
). This is likely a reference to the bodhisattva "Moon of Deliverance" described in the Flower Garland Sutra of the Mahayana School of Buddhism.
ENEBISH f & m Mongolian
Means "not this one" from Mongolian энэ (ene)
meaning "this, that" combined with биш (bish)
meaning "other, different".
ENKHBAATAR m & f Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian энх (enkh)
meaning "calm, peaceful" combined with баатар (baatar)
ENKHMAA f Mongolian
Derived from энх (enkh)
meaning "peace" and маа (maa)
ENKHNASAN f Mongolian
Etymology uncertain, however it may be derived from энх (enkh)
meaning "peace" and нас (nas)
ERDENE m & f Mongolian
A common Mongolian name which means "jewel" or "something precious".
ERDENETSETSEG f Mongolian
Means "precious flower" or "jewel flower" in Mongolian, derived from эрдэнэ (erdene)
meaning "jewel, gem, precious" combined with цэцэг (tsetseg)
GUAMARAL f Mongolian
Derived from гуа (gua)
meaning "gorgeous, alluring, beautiful" and марал (maral)
JARGALSAIKHAN m Mongolian
From Mongolian жаргал (zhargal)
meaning "happiness" combined with сайхан (saikhan)
"nice, beautiful, handsome".
KHASAR m Mongolian
Literally means "a fearsome dog". The main sense of this is to refer to a guard dog who terrifies evil spirits and drives them off from the tomb sites of important people. The Chinese 'stone lions' or 'lions of Buddha' (shíshī) are probably a related concept.... [more]
KHISHIGMAA f Mongolian
Derived from хишиг (khishig)
meaning "grace, blessing, favour" and маа (maa)
KHÜNBISH m & f Mongolian (Rare)
Means "not human", from Mongolian хүн (hün)
meaning "person, man, human" combined with биш (biš)
meaning "odd, weird" or "not, isn't". The name was traditionally given to children to protect against and confuse evil spirits.
LKHAGVASÜREN m & f Mongolian
Meaning uncertain; the first element is derived from Mongolian лхагва (lhagva)
meaning "Mercury" or "Wednesday" (of Tibetan origin).
MÖNKH m & f Mongolian
Means "eternal" in Mongolian. It is often used as the first part of compound names.
MUNKHBAT m Mongolian
Means "eternal strength" derived from Mongolian мөнх (mönkh)
meaning "eternal" combined with бат (bat)
MUNKHBAYAR m & f Mongolian
Means "eternal joy" derived from Mongolian мөнх (mönkh)
meaning "eternal" combined with баяр (bayar)
NARANTUYA f Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian нар (nar)
meaning "sun" combined with туяа (tuyaa)
meaning "ray, beam (of light)".
NYAMTSETSEG f Mongolian
Derived from Ням (nyam)
meaning "Sunday" and цэцэг (tsetseg)
ORGHANA f Mongolian
A famous bearer of this name is Orghana who was an Oirat princess of the Mongol Empire and Empress.
OYUN f Mongolian
Means "wisdom" in Mongolian. From the Mongolian word oyun (wisdom).
OYUNA f Mongolian
Feminine version of the Mongolian boys' name OYUN or OYUUN, meaning "mind" or "of the mind."
OYUNBILEG f Mongolian
Means "gift of wisdom" in Mongolian. From the Mongolian oyun
'intelligence, wisdom' and beleg
SHURENTSETSEG f Mongolian (Rare)
Means "coral flower" derived from Mongolian шүрэн (shüren)
meaning "coral" combined with цэцэг (tsetseg)
SÜKHBAATAR m Mongolian
Means "hero of the axe" in Mongolian, derived from сүх (süh)
"axe" and баатар (baatar)
meaning "hero". A famous bearer was Damdin Sükhbaatar (1893-1923), a Mongolian Communist leader.
TSAGAANBAATAR m Mongolian
Means "white hero" from Mongolian цагаан (tsagaan)
meaning "white" and баатар (baatar)
TSERENDORJ m Mongolian
Derived from Tibetan ཚེ་རིང (tshe ring)
meaning "long life, longevity" combined with རྡོ་རྗེ (rdo je)
meaning "diamond" or "Vajra" (a mace or symbol used in Buddhist ritual).
TSETSEGMAA f Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian цэцэг (tsetseg)
meaning "flower" combined with the suffix -маа (maa)
commonly added to feminine names.
TSOLMON m & f Mongolian
Means "Venus" or "evening star, morning star" in Mongolian.
TUNGALAG f Mongolian
Mongolian feminine name meaning "serenity, clarity", "serene", "light, white, bright" or "crystal, crystalline, clear".
TÜVSHINBAYAR m & f Mongolian
Means "level of happiness" from Mongolian түвшин (tüvshin)
meaning "level, volume" combined with баяр (bayar)
meaning "joy, happiness".
TUYA f Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian туяа (tuyaa)
meaning "ray, light beam".
ÜÜLENSOLONGO f Mongolian
Derived from үүл (üül)
meaning "cloud" or үүлэн (üülen)
meaning "cloudlike" and солонго (solongo)
meaning "bow, arch, rainbow".
UURIINTUYA f Mongolian
Means "light of dawn" in Mongolian, derived from Mongolian үүр (üür)
meaning "dawn" and туяа (tuyaa)